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Horseradish

January 20, 2015

Check out this rad root – Horseradish!

By: Leanne Ely   Horseradish is the perfect condiment for dipping roast beef, a key element in a zippy seafood sauce and a secret ingredient for an extra spicy Bloody Mary but it’s so much more! This terribly ugly root vegetable is as rich in health benefits as it is pungent in flavor. Pressed against… Read more

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January 19, 2015

Fermented Foods: A Primer!

By: Leanne Ely   I think our ancestors would be pretty surprised at how fermented foods seem to have all but disappeared from our dinner plates. Since ancient times, humans around the world have been fermenting their food before eating or drinking it. Wine was being made at least eight thousand years ago. Milk fermentation… Read more

Spices and vegetables on kitchen table

January 12, 2015

Stock your pantry and fridge for Paleo

By: Leanne Ely   When you start looking at Paleo and regular old gluten-free recipes, you may notice that you could stand to do a better job of stocking your cupboards so that you’re not always either running to the market or passing over recipes due to lack of key ingredients. Now, this obviously doesn’t… Read more

smoothies

January 5, 2015

Liquid Lunch (or breakfast… or dinner)

By: Leanne Ely   Have I mentioned before how much I adore smoothies? Yes, yes, I believe I have! I start each day with a big ol’ healthy blended drink. But guess what? Sometimes I have a smoothie for lunch or even for dinner. Let’s be honest . . . life gets hectic sometimes, and… Read more

Elegant  holiday table setting with red ribboned gift

December 22, 2014

Christmas Dinner Countdown

By: Leanne Ely   It’s four days until Christmas! Are you ready for your next big feast? With all of the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it’s easy to forget that we could save ourselves a lot of work the day of by doing more prep leading up to the event. Frankly, I… Read more

Christmas decor

December 15, 2014

Forage for free-range holiday decorations

By: Leanne Ely   Today we’re not talking about food. Don’t worry— as we approach the holidays, there’s going to be plenty of food talk. But, there’s more to the holidays than food . . . like the decorations! And I don’t know about you, but factory-made plastic doesn’t really say Christmas to me. Now,… Read more

lunch meat

December 8, 2014

Which vitamin can help reduce the toxicity of nitrates?

By: Leanne Ely   I cringe when I hear of schools serving hotdogs for lunch. And those packaged “lunches” you see in the grocery store containing processed cheese, crackers and luncheon meats? Well, don’t even get me started on those. Most of us know that eating a lot of cured meats and hotdogs is not… Read more

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November 24, 2014

Saving Thanksgiving Dinner with 5 simple tips

By: Leanne Ely   When it comes to one of the biggest meals of the year, do you have one dish that you always seem to mess up? The dressing’s too dry or the gravy’s too lumpy? You know what I’m talking about! Today, I’m going to save you from making some of the most… Read more

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November 17, 2014

How to lose weight on a Paleo diet

By: Leanne Ely If you’ve been following a Paleo diet, you might be frustrated at why your weight loss results aren’t as great as you thought they would be. I stand firm in my belief that Paleo (or *ahem* Part-Time Paleo!) is the ultimate way to meet nutritional requirements and to maintain good health. And… Read more

Nightshades

November 10, 2014

Could your salad be making you sick?

By: Leanne Ely   The nightshade family of plants (scientific name: Solanaceae family) consists of a number of common agricultural crops including tomatoes and potatoes. Nightshade plants are high enough in toxins to cause inflammation in the body, especially in anyone suffering from an autoimmune disease. You might be surprised at how many foods belong… Read more